[jdev] GSoC Ideas
niklas.andersson at openforce.se
Thu Feb 18 09:33:57 UTC 2016
I didn't knew about Swift. Had a quick look at it and it is indeed
It would be great if there could be a XMPP reference implementation
for how desktop screen sharing should be carried out. And if Swift could
provide that baseline it would be a great starting point for other
IM-clients to implement the same in order to be compatible.
We would love to see Swift implement the screen sharing features we
have contributed to the FreeRDP-project. Quality is Enterprise Level and
the library is written in C. Support is written mainly for X11 on Linux,
but there is experimental support for Windows and Mac OS X also.
If there would be a reference implementation in Swift for example, I
could approach other projects (I am connected to Pidgin) to make
something compatible and cross-platform.
The only bad thing is that we must use FreeRDP head, or use their
nightly builds for upcoming FreeRDP 2.0. (FYI: We have also contributed
to libnice project for ICE/TURN things, many patches are already merged
and available upstream but some is not yet released. They'll come in
On 16/02/16 11:24, Kevin Smith wrote:
> A polite reminder. At the moment only Swift has any ideas here, which is not good!
>> On 12 Feb 2016, at 17:37, Kevin Smith <kevin.smith at isode.com> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Could those people who intend putting up ideas (for their own projects, don’t go suggesting things on behalf of other people, please) for GSoC students please fill in http://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Summer_of_Code_2016 in the usual format By Wednesday At The Latest. If you’re in doubt about whether you’re suitable as a mentor, please get in touch with me, but some general guidelines:
>> Must be willing to dedicate an hour a day (in the usual case) up to about 2 hours a day (if you’re unlucky) every work day for the duration of the summer to mentor the students.
>> Must be mentoring for your own software project.
>> Must be known and of high standing in the XSF.
>> Must be able to do a reasonable job of actively mentoring a student, not simply expecting them to get on with writing code unsupervised.
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